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Active Lives Survey - Children and Young People

What is the Active Lives Survey?

The Active Lives Survey for Children and Young people was launched in the 2017/2018 academic year. Designed by Sport England, the Department for Education (DfE), the Department for Health (DfH), and the Department for Digital Culture Media and Sport (DCMS), its purpose is to gain a detailed insight into the current physical activity habits of the nation's children and young people (5 to 16).

Data collected through the process will be used by Sport England and central government to shape and unlock, investment in physical activity both nationally and locally for years to come. Sport England has outlined their intentions for the survey to inform the Childhood Obesity Plan, Primary PE and Sports Premium, and other departmental programmes in the near future.

The survey is being distributed to primary and secondary schools across England by the County Sports Partnership Network of which we are a part of and will enable us to support participating schools throughout the process. Nationally 5,290 schools have been randomly selected by Ipsos Mori to participate in the first year of the survey; 110 of which are within Herefordshire and Worcestershire.

The survey itself involves one randomly selected class, from three different year groups, completing a 20 minute online survey. Questions are focused around the current activity, physical literacy, swimming proficiency, wellbeing, self-efficacy and levels of social trust of all children currently in education.

Participating schools will receive a £100 reward, as well as a bespoke report detailing their school's activity levels both in and outside of the school setting. It is advised that schools use this information to shape and inform their own PE delivery as well as their Primary PE Sports Premium expenditure if applicable.

Autumn Term Schools

These schools have been randomly selected by Ipsos Mori to complete the Active Lives survey for the 2018 Autumn Term:

Redditch
Batchley First and Nursery School
St Luke's CofE First School
The Vaynor First School
Webheath Academy Primary School
Trinity High School and Sixth Form Centre
Tudor Grange Academy Redditch
St Augustine's Catholic High School
Malvern Hills
Kempsey Primary School
Callow End CofE Primary School
Rushwick CofE Primary School
St Matthias CofE Primary School
The Chantry School
Worcester
Cherry Orchard Primary School
Pitmaston Primary School
Oasis Academy Warndon
Tudor Grange Academy Worcester
Nunnery Wood High School
Royal Grammar School Worcester
Wyre Forest
Belbroughton CofE Primary School
Romsley St Kenelm's CofE Primary School
Hagley Catholic High School
Chaddesley Corbett Endowed Primary School
Wolverley Sebright VA Primary School
Stourport Primary Academy
The Bewdley School and Sixth Form Centre
Holy Trinity School
Wychavon
Badsey First School
St Mary's Catholic Primary School
The De Montfort School

St Egwin's CofE Middle School

Bromsgrove
North Bromsgrove High School
South Bromsgrove High School
Alvechurch CofE Middle School
Herefordshire
Kington Primary School
Lugwardine Primary Academy
Leominster Primary School
Weobley High School
The Hereford Academy
John Masefield High School
Whitecross Hereford

Sam Payne

Sam Payne

Project Assistant (CYP)

Sports Partnership Herefordshire and Worcestershire

  • School Games Operations
  • Active Lives Survey (CYP) Lead
Address
Hines Building, Room HB1009, University of Worcester, Henwick Grove, Worcester, WR2 6AJ
Ruth Jones

Ruth Jones

Project Manager (Children & Young People's Programmes)

Sports Partnership Herefordshire and Worcestershire

  • Active Lives
  • Satellite Clubs
  • School Games
  • Police & Crime Commissioner - Youth Engagement Project
  • Member of the Safeguarding Steering Group
  • Physical Activity and Mental Health/Wellbeing
  • Deputy Safeguarding Officer
Address
HB1009, Hines Building, University of Worcester, Henwick Grove, Worcester, WR2 6AJ
Telephone
01905 542382

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